The most successful crowdfunded documentary project of all time, In Search of Tomorrow has already been supported by 11,000+ sci-fi fans who together raised more than $1.3 million in funding for the project.
Rated 8.4/10 on IMDB, critics are describing it as “a wild nostalgic ride” (Geek Tyrant) and “a dream come true for any fan of ‘80s Sci-Fi” (Film Stories), offering “a new perspective on your favorite films” (Gizmodo).
Now successfully completed and ready to order, we invite you to celebrate ‘80s sci-fi with us with the In Search of Tomorrow Special Edition. This is your last opportunity to get your name in the credits!
Your Special Edition includes:
- In Search of Tomorrow - The most comprehensive documentary on ‘80s Sci-Fi ever made, clocking in at more than 300 minutes and featuring interviews with 70+ experts and iconic talent.
- Your Name in the Credits - Become a part of Sci-Fi history with your name in the credits. Only available if you pre-order now.
- Celebratory Booklet - Includes messages from our team and a checklist so you can mark off the films you’ve watched - have you seen them all?
- High-Quality Slipcase - Featuring alternative artwork by Dave Merrell
- Poster 1 - In Search of Tomorrow official movie poster (16.5” x 23.4” portrait)
- Poster 2 - Featuring artwork created for In Search of Tomorrow by Dave Merrell (23.4” x 16.5” landscape)
- Poster 3 - Featuring artwork created for In Search of Tomorrow by Graham Humphries (23.4” x 16.5” landscape)
- Digital Edition - Watch In Search of Tomorrow from your computer, tablet, or phone with the digital download of the movie (delivered using Vimeo On-Demand)
- Digital Soundtrack - Curated soundtrack by New Retro Wave
- Stickers - In Search of Tomorrow sticker pack
This is a limited run and In Search of Tomorrow will only be available until the 27th of March, after which it will be taken off sale. Order now for your last chance to get your name in the credits - not available to purchase or stream anywhere else!
In Search of Tomorrow Movie Poster by Clayton Benge
With five hours of insights to choose from, we’re spoilt for choice. Here are a few of our favorite segments in the film:
RoboCop - The cast and crew, including Peter Weller (Murphy/RoboCop), Nancy Allen (Officer Lewis), Ronny Cox (Jones), Kurtwood Smith (Clarence), Paul Verhoeven (Director), and William Sandell (Production Designer) discuss their experiences making the film and what it means to them.
VFX - VFX legends at Industrial Light & Magic, including Dennis Muren (Creative Director, ILM), and two-time Oscar-winner John Dykstra (Special Photographic Effects supervisor, Star Wars) explain the visual artistry behind some of your favorite scenes in Star Trek, Star Wars, and more. The discussion then turns to the early uses of computer graphics, with contributions from Nick Castle (Director, The Last Starfighter) and Randal Kleiser (Director, Flight of the Navigator).
Flash Gordon - Sam J. Jones (Flash), Melody Anderson (Dale), and Deep Roy (Fellini) comment on the outrageous costumes, extensive improvisation, and its mix of sweetness and naughtiness that helped turn Flash Gordon into a cult classic.
The Space Shuttle - Walter Koenig (Chekov in Star Trek I-VI) and Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher in Star Trek: TNG) reflect on their reaction to seeing the first Space Shuttle, Enterprise, while Nicholas Meyer (Director, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Catherine Mary Stewart (Actor, The Last Starfighter), Kerry O’Quinn (Editor, Starlog Magazine), and others offer a moving tribute to the Challenger Disaster.
In Search of Tomorrow Poster 2 by Dave Merrell
Tron - Bruce Boxleitner (Alan/Tron in Tron) and Harrison Ellenshaw (Visual Effects Supervisor, Tron) discuss the filming of Tron and its pioneering use of CGI to create its unique style, including filming the lightcycle sequences with just a stick for a prop!
Creature Effects - Who else misses the charm and style of practical creature effects? Our experts, including Steve Johnson (the creator of ‘Slimer’ in Ghostbusters), the Oscar-winning VFX artist Phil Tippett (The Empires Strikes Back, RoboCop), and Matt Winston (Co-founder, Stan Winston School) discuss the creation of these effects, with additional insights from actors involved, including Dee Wallace (Mary in E.T.) and Ed Gale (Howard the Duck).
Superman II - In this segment, Sarah Douglas (Ursa, Superman I & II) reveals her experience of making Superman II, including what it was like to shoot the same sequences with two different directors, first with Richard Donner and then later refilming with Richard Lester.
Aliens - Jenette Goldstein (Private Vasquez), Mark Rolston (Private Drake) and Carrie Henn (Newt) are joined by Ian Nathan, author of the bestselling Alien Vault, as we look at the making of James Cameron’s incredible Aliens.
Looking for something extra special? Upgrade to a Producer tier to get the ultimate collector’s item by immortalizing your name on a movie poster and on IMDb. Ends March 27th.